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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park Uganda Gorilla Trekking – Uganda Gorilla Tours And Gorilla Safaris

August 2022

Distance from Bwindi to Lake Mutanda: Lake Mutanda is a very small freshwater lake located in the southwestern part of Uganda near Bwindi impenetrable forest national park and Mgahinga national park. For those that don’t know Bwindi, it’s home to endangered mountain gorillas, 10 primate species, 120 mammal species, and over 350 bird species. Bwindi is popular because it has over 21 mountain gorilla families available for trekking and its

Distance from Entebbe to Bwindi: Entebbe is located in the central part of Uganda while Bwindi is located in the southwestern part of the country. The total distance from Entebbe to Bwindi is about 500km by road and it’s 9-10 hours’ drive from one place to the other. By road transport, Bwindi can be accessed directly from Entebbe by using the Entebbe express highway to connect to Busega Kampala to Masaka,

Distance from Buhoma to Ruhija sector: Buhoma and Ruhija sectors are some of the gorilla trekking regions in Bwindi located on the northern and eastern sides of the park respectively. Bwindi has four gorilla trekking sectors and the other 2 are Rushaga and Nkuringo located on the southern side of the park. Over 21 mountain gorilla families live in these sectors and all are open for trekking purposes. Distance from Buhoma

Distance from Kigali to Bwindi: Bwindi is located in the southwestern part of Uganda near the borders of Rwanda and DR Congo. The national park is home to endangered mountain gorillas that have attracted a lot of travelers from different parts of the world. Entebbe is the main entry to Uganda for travelers to Bwindi but Kigali being so near to the park than Kampala, travelers can now fly to

The road distance from Kisoro to Rushaga is about 35km taking one 1 hour and about 30 minutes to access the region. Rushaga sector is part of the Bwindi impenetrable forest national park located on the southern side of Kisoro district. The region is the closest to Kisoro town and travelers can stay in town and keep time for tourism activities such as gorilla trekking which starts early in the

List of silverbacks in Bwindi: These are adult mountain gorillas that tend to become different from the rest with grey thick far on their backs. Mountain gorillas are some of the world’s most fascinating creatures and Bwindi is one of the places to encounter them. Bwindi is found in the southwestern part of Uganda and it has over 21 mountain gorilla families all led by different silverbacks. List of silverbacks in

Distance from Lake Bunyonyi to Bwindi: North of Kabale district in the southwestern part of Uganda is where you find the deepest water lake in the country named Bunyonyi. The lake is 25km long and 7km wide covering a total area of 61 square km with over 29 islands. On the other hand, Bwindi is located in the southwestern part of Uganda sharing Kisoro, Kabale, and Kanungu district on the

Katuna border point to Bwindi: Katuna border point is one of the crossing points to Uganda from Rwanda.  Katuna border point is found in Kabale in the southwestern part of the country and it's mostly used by travelers from Kigali that are visiting Bwindi impenetrable forest national park. Katuna border point is open 24 hours to enable travelers from one country to another as well as goods. If travelers are coming

Rangers of Bwindi are people who protect the park and the forest safely. These people are trained by Uganda Wildlife Authority for a period of about 6 months to learn how to handle and deal with animals and well as keeping the forest in a good state. It’s because of ranger's work that the mountain gorilla population in Bwindi is increasing day by day and so many mountain gorillas have

Best tour companies to buy Bwindi gorilla permits from: A lot of tour companies are in Uganda and are willing to help buy gorilla permits for travelers visiting Bwindi impenetrable forest national park. Are you looking for the best local tour operator to buy you gorilla permits, well there are a lot to choose from, and therefore you need to be careful. Some are real tour operators and some are scammers.

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